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A novel bacterial blight resistance gene from Oryza nivara mapped to 38 kb region on chromosome 4L and transferred to Oryza sativa L.
Bacterial blight (BB) of rice caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv oryzae (Xoo) is one of the major constraints to productivity in South-East Asia. The strategy of using major genes, singly or inExpand
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Genetic Dissection of Photoperiod Response Based on GWAS of Pre-Anthesis Phase Duration in Spring Barley
Heading time is a complex trait, and natural variation in photoperiod responses is a major factor controlling time to heading, adaptation and grain yield. In barley, previous heading time studiesExpand
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Exome sequencing of geographically diverse barley landraces and wild relatives gives insights into environmental adaptation
After domestication, during a process of widespread range extension, barley adapted to a broad spectrum of agricultural environments. To explore how the barley genome responded to the environmentalExpand
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Genebank genomics highlights the diversity of a global barley collection
Genebanks hold comprehensive collections of cultivars, landraces and crop wild relatives of all major food crops, but their detailed characterization has so far been limited to sparse core sets. TheExpand
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Contrasting genetic regulation of plant development in wild barley grown in two European environments revealed by nested association mapping
Plant development in a barley nested association mapping population is controlled by interacting genotypic (wild donor alleles) and environmental (geographical location) effects.
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Phenotype data of eight evaluated traits in a wild barley nested association mapping population at two locations in Dundee, Scotland and Halle, Germany.
This data set contains phenotypic characteristics of 1,420 lines of the wild barley nested association mapping population HEB-25 (Maurer et al. 2015, DOI: 10.1186/s12864-015-1459-7). All phenotypicExpand
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Origin Specific Genomic Selection: a simple process to optimize the favourable contribution of parents to progeny
Modern crop breeding is in constant demand for new genetic diversity as part of the arms race with genetic gain. The elite gene pool has limited genetic variation and breeders are trying to introduceExpand
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Scotland's Rural College Genetic dissection of photoperiod response based on GWAS of pre-anthesis phase duration in spring barley Alqudah,
Heading time is a complex trait, and natural variation in photoperiod responses is a major factor controlling time to heading, adaptation and grain yield. In barley, previous heading time studiesExpand
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Realizing digital identity in government: Prioritizing design and implementation objectives for Aadhaar in India
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This paper takes Aadhaar as a case study and uses Design Theory (DT) and Critical Success Factor theory (CSF) as a theoretical lens and attempts to evaluate design and execution choices made during the tenure of the project. Expand
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